After an annus horribilis for New World Oil (NEW) in 2015 which (to put it midly) has been engulfed by shady business, things now appear to be looking up for shareholders as Adam Reynolds '' front man supremo '' and corporate sanitiser Nick Lee join the board to help clean up and vend in a more attractive proposition.
Petroceltic's (PCI) year just got a whole lot worse when at 5.24pm yesterday, a.k.a '' nobody is watching o' clock " the company rolled out the red carpet of piffle from an operational and financing update inc. a strategic review. As Petroceltic has a history of trying to gag anonymous bloggers (whilst I don't hide) I think I'll skate gently on the thin ice its business model is built upon. I don't want to spend Christmas suffering another attack from an army of delusional investors crowing that Petroceltic is a real value play when in reality the paddywack performance is plain to see.
Earlier this year I exclusively reported the licence granted by The Crown Estates to the Gold Mines Of Wales portfolio (GMOW) had expired. Not only had this licence expired but also a competing group who owned the land at the Gwyn was in the running for the Gwynfynydd mining rights. This was always going to be bad news for Stellar Resources (STG), as proven by yesterday’s RNS, which confirmed that GMOW has indeed lost the rights to Gwynfynydd.
With controversy and speculation surrounding a number of AIM stocks recently I felt compelled to write a little more about a small cap aim company that has been slammed by the naysayers based on pure ignorance and fool hardiness. I've heard much about Sefton Resources (SER) and what it hoped to do in the near term. Whilst I maintain that the gang at Sefton has been handed a lifeline, it's hardly cut and dry so lets look at a few facts regarding Sefton and the newly readmitted CEB Resources (CEB).
A little while ago I quizzed Stellar Resources (STG) Ex- Chairman and current director of Gold Mines of wales (GMOW) David Lenigas on its progress from both the Clogau Gold mine and the Gwynfynydd gold mine which comes under the exclusivity agreement covering the Dolgellau gold belt which has been heavily promoted over the years, Even Kate & William fund their names dropped in.
It is Doc Holiday here. Let me declare that I have a small shareholding in Audioboom (BOOM) and I met up with its boss Rob Proctor last week to create the interview below. I rate the shares as a buy and while I know that some on ShareProphets disagree I am glad that because it is a website dedicated to free speech and a two way exchange of opinion, it is running this article.
Over the last few weeks we have seen an uplift in sentiment towards the Falkland Island plays. Rockhopper (RKH) and Falklands Oil & Gas (FOGL) were the early movers out of the blacks followed by the dogs Argos (ARG) and Borders & Southern (BOR).
Stellar Resources (STG) has been yet another company connected to serial entrepreneur David Lenigas which has been a disaster for its long-term shareholders. Sure, insiders and the odd lucky trading punter have made cash on this stock, but for the overwhelming majority of Stellar’s small army of shareholders this has been a shockingly poor investment.
I find myself feeling more like a bear or worse Victor Meldrew by the minute, Today I read the RNS feed only to find what can only be described as an odd release. Rare Earth Minerals (REM) announced: